Indoor Cycling World Wide
We are a non-profit organisation that aims to strengthen the international development of indoor cycling. We provide support to new indoor cycling nations by building up and organising their training and we also want to improve the public relation for indoor cycling with our work.
In our work we are supported by the UCI Indoor Cycling Commission.
We support the dream of our athletes to participate again in the World Games and, why not, become an Olympic discipline.
Goals of the campaign include:
- Gain new nations
- Implement a World Cup in artistic cycling
- Strengthening of media presence
- Aquisition of members
Our activities …
2018 UCI Artistic Cycling World Cup:
17 November 2018
Final of the 2018 UCI Artistic Cycling World Cup
Erlenbach (near Heilbronn) / GER
Indoor Cycling World Wide – News
Results 3rd round 2018 UCI Artistic Cycling World Cup, Hong Kong (HKG-China)
Many thanks to The Cycling Association of Hong Kong China, Ltd. and the Organising Committee for the warm welcome and for hosting the 3rd round of the 2018 UCI Cycling World Cup. We had a great event together with the 2018 Hong Kong Open. The 10 best riders of each discipline are qualified for the World Cup final on 17 November 2018 in Erlenbach (near Heilbronn) / GER.
July 2018: Summer-training-camp Kolarovo (SVK)
June 2018 / Cycle-ball in Great Britain
There is a blank spot on the world map of indoor cycling: Great Britain. Still! Because on Instagram there are videos with surprising activities. We can see students on mountain bikes who are very committed and quite successful shooting a football across the court. Obviously with a lot of pleasure.
It was by chance that Marco Wagner (Germany) saw these films in the middle of June. Marco is a 21-year-old student, who became European Junior Cycle-ball Champion in 2015 together with his partner Till Wehner and celebrated the greatest success in the club’s history for RVW Naurod. He promptly contacted his new cycle-ball colleagues from Bath (GBR) which is situated about 200 km west of London. Marco Wagner told that about 10 to 15 young people, mostly road cyclists and mountain bikers, had committed themselves to the fast-paced game and also set themselves a big goal: the participation at the 2022 World Championships.
Wagner also had initial talks with the chairman of Indoor Cycling World Wide (ICWW), Rolf Halter, and Claudia Bee, member of the UCI Indoor Cycling Commission. Halter and Bee expressed great interest in an intensive contact with the guys from Bath and assured Wagner their support. Rolf Halter: “I see a great opportunity for a sustainable development of indoor cycling in Great Britain. We must take this chance.” Four cycle-ball bikes are in preparation to be sent to Bath. Marco is already planning the trip to Bath for a few days in August.
Marco Wagner has already been in Canada for three times, where he supported the Canadian cycle-ball players to improve their skills. To expand indoor cycling in Canada is also an important project of ICWW. Kathrin Igel from Germany is the coordinator of this project.
The combination between artistic cycling and cycle-ball is a guarentee for really great live events.Michael Niedermeier
We love the mixture between body control, coordination and elegance.Céline, Flavia, Jennifer, Melanie
Take part, together we can do it. Indoor Cycling World Wide.Adriana Mathis
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Support by Indoor Cycling World Wide:
- We organise an introduction course with coach and bikes (travel expenses and transportation covered by us, housing and food by you)
- Support for “train-the-trainer”
- Workshops for judges
- Setting up contact to partner clubs or coaches from the main indoor cycling federations Austria, Germany & Switzerland
- Support for training camps
- Training camp for the preparation for the World Championships
Our brochure: Indoor Cycling World Wide